Nestled in and surrounded by The San Juan Mountains, astonishing views from every hole and a property intertwined through majestic Ponderosa Pines, Blue Spruce, Aspen, Open Meadows, Lakes, and Traditional Hazards* make it one of the most diverse and fun courses to play. Four sets of the tee, over 100 feet in elevation change playing from 5,700 to 7,000 yards, challenges all, yet allows you to pick your pleasure. New Carts with GPS.
*the Sly Hazard is a club favorite, you may hit a shot perfectly but Sly may have another idea…too much fun.
Improvements to the course are garnering comments such as “been playing here 30 years and it’s the best it’s ever been”.
Try not to miss our on-property friends who include Bear, Fox, Deer, Elk, and other wildlife. Do not get too lost in the views because each nine is unique and can challenge even the most avid golfers.
Come enjoy a great day of golf in Pagosa Springs.
Hole By Hole
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407 Yards 396 Yards 358 Yards
This starting par 4 can be more of a challenge than it looks. With a slight dogleg left a tree comes into play on the right hand side. Many long hitters can find the rough on either side of the fairway. Do not go too long or too far right because natural grass and a pond come into play on ones second shot. Lastly, with a slightly sloped back to front green and bunkers on each side of the green, hitting a precise shot is a must.
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297 Yards 285 Yards 246 Yards
This short, slightly uphill par 4 has natural grass on both sides of the hole, making it challenging if a tee shot ends off the fairway. There is a bunker in front of the green and two others off to the left side of the green. The green does have two tiers to it, so be careful where you place the ball lands when chipped and how quickly you putt on the green.
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459 Yards 378 Yards 294 Yards
This par 4 has rolling hills on both sides of the fairway. A straight fairway allows for an easy shot to the green and with a good approach a birdie is possible. Just be aware of the bunker on the front-right side of the green. The out of bounds to the right fairway and the hazard to the left of the fairway can complicate things as well.